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2003-11-14 Ultralife gets added battery orders from U.S. CECOM
Ultralife Batteries has received an order valued at about $1.4M from the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command for its BA-5372/U military batteries.
2006-04-12 Tundra acquires Potentia Canada for $1.2M
Tundra Semiconductor Corp. announced the acquisition of Potentia Semiconductor Corp. for $1.2 million in cash.
2011-05-17 TSMC sees no wafer supply disruptions after March quake
Having secured the required prime wafer supply, TSMC maintains the Japan quake and tsunami will have no supply-side impact except on chipmaking equipment.
2009-09-07 TSMC rebounds with 28-/32nm roadmap
As it solidifies its process roadmap, foundry giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd continues to see a surge in business.
2016-01-18 TSMC CEO expects stronger Q1 after Capex boost
The world's largest foundry said it will increase its capital expenditure in 2016 to an amount ranging from $9 billion to $10 billion as it aims for a bigger share of finer geometry chips.
2005-09-12 TriQuint pushes into GSM, WCDMA
Seeking to expand into new markets and offset declines in others, TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. is moving full speed ahead into the GSM and WCDMA chip markets.
2009-01-09 Tough '09 awaits fab-tool, materials sector
Based on the early returns, the fab-tool and electronic materials markets are off to a rough start in 2009. And don't expect the market to improve, prompting the possible acceleration of a shake-out in the sector.
2009-03-16 Top IC firms less bright in 2008
Almost all of the semiconductor industry's top 25 companies not only reported sales declines last year!they also underperformed the overall chip industry for the year, according to iSuppli Corp.
2009-06-16 Top 7 trends in bleak IC market
Gartner Inc. has reiterated its gloomy IC forecast for 2009, saying that consumer demand has not returned in the market.
2011-07-28 TI's quake-damaged fabs resume operations
TI has reported that its Miho and Aizu-wakamatsu fabs have resumed their operations.
2005-03-25 Tessera signs up Fujitsu as chip packaging licensee
Tessera Technologies Inc. has signed a technology licensing agreement with Fujitsu Ltd for packaging intellectual property.
2004-08-12 Tepid financials suggest sluggish EDA recovery
The latest quarterly results from Cadence Design Systems Inc. and Mentor Graphics Corp., and an earnings warning from Synopsys Inc., suggest that the upswing EDA industry watchers had been hoping for hasn't yet materialized. But smaller public EDA companies reported good results.
2008-05-06 Tech firms face new fear: currency fluctuations
The fluctuating currency market is affecting more than fiscal results of top tech companies; it is also skewing competitiveness and preoccupying corporate boards as top management confronts one more issue over which it has limited control.
2004-10-01 Synopsys' fiscal woes are its own, EDA competitors insist
EDA vendors agree that the problems at Synopsys are its own and insist that EDA is not headed into dire straits.
2012-05-25 Synopsys assigns co-CEO to current CEO de Geus
Synopsys promoted Chi-Foon Chan as co-CEO and will share the responsibility of managing the company with Aart de Geus.
2008-02-13 Sumitomo makes hostile takeover bid for Axcelis
Japan's Sumitomo Heavy Industries and private-equity firm TPG Group have launched an unsolicited and hostile bid to acquire ion-implanter specialist Axcelis Technologies for approximately $544 million.
2005-01-28 ST to exit select IC markets amid 4% sales jump
Amid lackluster results in Q4!and a gloomy outlook for Q1!STMicroelectronics Inc. (ST) said this week (Jan. 26) that it plans to take a $60 million impairment charge for scaling back its efforts in the modem and other non-strategic chip markets.
2008-06-05 ST strives to zero in on more markets
STMicroelectronics is gearing toward high-value applications by renewing its efforts in creating analog ICs, MEMS, power semiconductors and proprietary processes fit for energy, healthcare, automotive electronics and multimedia.
2014-11-06 Sore spot: Qualcomm goes after China
A cell phone chip maker and the Chinese government appear to be eyeball-to-eyeball in a patent dispute, waiting for someone to blink. Qualcomm claimed Chinese phone makers failed to report more than $100 million in handset sales.
2005-07-27 SMIC close to moving out of the red
When it reports on Thursday (July 28), Chinese silicon foundry provider Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) is projected to meet expectations for Q2, with a possibility of moving out of the red in Q3, according to an analyst.
2008-11-10 Skyworks overtakes Spreadtrum in iPhone arena
Skyworks and Spreadtrum have posted dramatically different financial results for their most recently concluded quarters.
2013-06-11 Silicon Labs pursues IoT with Energy Micro
Silicon Laboratories convinced serial entrepreneur Geir Forre to turn over his microcontroller start-up for up to $170 million as both companies make a play for the Internet of Things market.
2009-03-16 Signs point to semiconductor rehab
It may be too early to declare a recovery in the IC market, but there are suddenly signs of life in the arena.
2006-07-04 Semicon forecast: second half will be rough
2006 has seen it all!a stock option scandal, different chip predictions, materials shortages! and it's not even over yet. Here's our take on where things stand and where we see the industry heading.
2005-01-20 Samsung to license Mosaid patents, settling lawsuit
Mosaid Technologies Inc. said Tuesday (Jan. 18) it has settled its patent suit with Samsung Electronics Co. in the District Court of New Jersey, with Samsung agreeing to license Mosaid's portfolio of DRAM patents.
2006-07-19 Samsung delays 8Gbit NAND, quietly developing 4-bit/cell
Samsung Electronics delayed the shipment of its 8Gbit NAND flash part, while the company is also quietly developing a new 4-bit-per-cell NAND technology, according to American Technology Research.
2008-08-28 Robotics shipment slides amid economic setbacks
North American robotics orders decline 23 percent in 1H 08, compared to the same period in 2007, according to the Robotic Industries Association.
2013-02-04 Qualcomm talks big game, aims for higher sales targets
After reporting record quarterly sales of $6.02 billion, the fabless chip giant is ready to ramp up its efforts in executing its strategic priorities while also addressing their growing opportunities.
2015-11-06 Q'Comm reports dismal sales, smartphone decline to persist
The market dynamics hit Qualcomm especially hard especially because it is still suffering from the loss of a design win in top-tier smartphones from Samsung.
2004-07-27 Power-One, Artesyn report mixed earnings results
Power supply companies Power-One Inc. and Artesyn Technologies Inc. reported second-quarter sales gains as the power suppliers continued to benefit from the industry recovery.
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